CHINESE import Quo Weiwei made the most of his late substitution when he crashed home the equaliser in Happy Valley's 1-1 draw with Kitchee in a Hong Kong First Division match at Mongkok Stadium last night. Centre-half Quo, who hails from Beijing, rose high above Kitchee's defence to guide Tang Lepu's corner into the net in the 85th minute - three minutes after coming in as a substitute for Kwok Yue-hung. Quo's late header cancelled out Chan Hon-fai's brilliant 18th minute free kick as Happy Valley continued their recent unbeaten record which stretches back to last December when they upset champions Eastern 3-2. They followed that impressive result by drawing 1-1 with Kui Tan before being held to a goalless draw by struggling Voicelink. Happy Valley were anonymous in the first half but created far more chances in the second period. Before Quo struck, Valley found no way past Kitchee's air-tight defence marshalled by the ever-consistent Jon Widdows. Kitchee, buoyed by their surprise 3-1 thrashing of South China last week, snatched the lead when Chan curled in his free kick past a bemused Chan Shu-ming after Tristram Morgan was brought down by Alan Reis at the edge of the penalty area. And it appeared as if Kitchee were going to continue their winning ways as they applied pressure on Valley with Morgan being a constant threat up front. But Happy Valley woke up from their first half slumber and created chances, Wong Fuk-wing coming closest when his close range header was palmed away by goalkeeper Chung Ho-yin in the 78th minute. Three minutes earlier, Morgan had his shot blocked after Rogerio played the ball down the left.